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8 Beaches To get Your Chill on and Sip on Beer With The gang!

8 Beaches To get Your Chill on and Sip on Beer With The gang! Photo by Alexir turenkov on Unsplash

Here are 8 scenic beaches to get your ultimate chill on. Get your gang, pop a cold one and chill like a boss. HolidayIQ travellers are here to give you an insight. 

1. Calangute - For the dynamic nightlife

Calangute - For the dynamic nightlife
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Gaurav Rawat shares, “There are a market and coconut water stall. And the place is very well-maintained and clean. Usually, people visit Baga Beach at evening time or night hours when the bars arrange DJ for customers. During night people come and drink beer and enjoy. They also sit on a seashore and spent quality time with their friends.” Read Full Review


HolidayIQ Reviewer Gaurav Rawat adds, “This beach is best and maintained very well. There are many shops and restaurants. You will easily get a beer. There is one restaurant near the beach which provides live band, especially in the night. You can request him to sing a song of your choice. This is the best place and especially at night many people visit this place” Read Full Review

2. Pattaya - For the colorful cabaret shows

Pattaya - For the colorful cabaret shows
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Kapil Kumar adds, “Nong Nooch Garden (Pattaya) Pattaya is one of the best tourist places in Thailand to enjoy the beer beaches, but there is more to it...There are a lot of other sightseeing places that can be seen in and around the city.” Read Full Review

3. Phuket - To savor world class cuisines

Phuket - To savor world class cuisines
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Rahul Thukran says, “People are very friendly. It's a very secure and safe beach. Just feel like sitting for hours and hours. Try Tiger beer, it's amazing. You get a lot of food options too hard at a distance of 50-100 metres. You have a number of bars just a roadside and every bar has its own speciality. Amazing place I must say.Read Full Review

4. Mandrem - The cleanest beach of Goa

Mandrem - The cleanest beach of Goa
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Sulav Kumar says, “There is a bollywood cafe on the beach which does not have great food but the songs played there with the beers can surely make your day. The beach also is famous for arranging beach-side weddings....The Chapora fort is nearby and the beach view from the top is awesome.” Read Full Review

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5. Bali - For the emerald green paddy fields

Bali - For the emerald green paddy fields
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Saranya Devanathan shares, “Seminyak is a posh area in Bali. Many hi-fi hotels and restaurants are there. Walking around the streets is easy without much of the offerings to God on the pavements. Seminyak village mall was visited mainly for a parking facility, but also to time pass, toilets and rest before we could go to Sarong restaurant for dinner. Read Full Review

6. Anjuna Beach- For the merriment, fun and frolic

Anjuna Beach- For the merriment, fun and frolic
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Kiran Bavimani says, “View of Arabian sea is panoramic from all side This fort in North Goa is relatively unique - its old, abandoned(by the Govt) and less visited of the places....You need to have your own vehicle to access this place. Just make sure when you are the foot of the hillock, there are some vehicles around to make sure you have some company at the top. There is absolutely nothing at the top as it is a completely abandoned fort - no wonder you see piles of beer/whiskey bottles once you reach the top.” Read Full Review

7. Kochi (Cochin) - Explore the Jewish synagogues

Kochi (Cochin) - Explore the Jewish synagogues
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HolidayIQ Reviewer rose panda adds, “This part of city is just amazing. I felt like out of India. The takeaway is the buildings there, chilled beer Cafe, awesome fried rice at the beer Cafes. ” Read Full Review

8. Krabi - To visit the 'Tiger Caves'

Krabi - To visit the 'Tiger Caves'
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Aparna Dudeja shares, “A beautiful tiny island, for a distance looks like a tortoise hence Poda. In the local language, Koh means Island and poda mean turtle/tortoise. It's a private island hence they charge a minimal fee, but it's totally worth the 20 THB that you pay. Beautiful and white, however, there are many monkeys around. They take away your belongings and just might not return them. They took away our water and beers. spoilt one of the cameras by throwing it in water. Read Full Review

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